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“This week in Mathematical Oncology” — July 13, 2023
From the editor:
Next week is the Society for Math Biology’s annual meeting — looking forward to a fun week of great science!
If you’ll be at the meeting, scroll down to see how you can get some free math onco artwork!
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Georgia Weatherley, Robyn P. Araujo, Samantha J. Dando & Adrianne L. Jenner
Guiding model-driven combination dose selection using multi-objective synergy optimization
Jana L. Gevertz, Irina Kareva
Evolutionary Dynamics and Intermittent Therapy for Metastatic Cancers
Jad Chahoud, Alexander R.A. Anderson, Jingsong Zhang, Joel Brown, Robert A. Gatenby
Modelling the Tumour Microenvironment, but What Exactly Do We Mean by “Model”?
Constantino Carlos Reyes-Aldasoro
Cytokine storm mitigation for exogenous immune agonists
Irina Kareva, Jana L. Gevertz
Emergent digital bio-computation through spatial diffusion and engineered bacteria
Alex J H Fedorec, Neythen J Treloar, Ke Yan Wen, Linda Dekker, Qing Hsuan Ong, Gabija Jurkeviciute, Enbo Lyu, Jack Rutter, Luca Rosa, Alexey Zaikin, Chris P Barnes
On minimising tumoural growth under treatment resistance
Matthias M. Fischer, Nils Blüthgen
The newsletter now has a dedicated homepage where we post the cover artwork for each issue. We encourage submissions that coincide with the release of a recent paper from your group. This week’s artwork:
This week's cover artwork is a celebration of the over 100 talented artists within the last 2+ years who have contributed to the Math Onco collection. To aid in the celebration, we've printed out stickers and postcards to share. If you'll be at the Society for Mathematical Biology annual meeting next week, there's a chance to acquire one of these nifty postcards.
As a token of thanks, each artist will receive their own cover art printed on a sticker. For the rest of you, we've printed 200 stickers and 100 postcards of our favorite designs. We plan to give stickers away during the Math Oncology subgroup meeting (time TBD). First come, first served!
A special thank you to Maximilian Strobl and Ryan Schenck for their work to curate and collect cover artwork each week − and thank you to Sandy Anderson for generously funding the printing!
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